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15 years after they started their brewery, the Kassiks are set to retire to be closer to family.
After the death of Mayor John Nels Anderson, the city council declared the mayor’s seat vacant.
Assembly voted to appropriate $280,000 to make necessary repairs to public infrastructure.
Storms caused power outages, late-starts for schools, landslides and flooding in some areas.
Dunleavy wants the Legislature to pass laws changing how much programs are funded.
The two were chosen from a list of applicants put forward by the Alaska Judicial Council.
Every year, two schools are chosen to represent each state.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s proposed FY 2021 budget is expected to be released this week
Warm temperatures and rain are still forecast to continue in some areas.
The additional funds brought the total cost of the project from $3.2 million to about $4.7 million.
Several weather-related events have caused damage across the entire peninsula.
An ordinance awarding a $150,000 to the nonprofit passed at the Nov. 6 assembly meeting 6-3.
More than 3,000 people were without power on Tuesday.
The program supports local youth who are homeless or are facing challenges in their home life.
The longest running outage is on the Fisherman’s Road area of Nikiski.
Gravel pit owners and homeowners near existing pits both spoke in opposition to the ordinance.
Alaska DOT has new snowplow safety information and resources on their website.
The District 6 opened when Martha Fleming stepped down last month.
An overnight measurement taken Monday showed nearly 10 inches had fallen.